The Adelaide Football Club is supportive of the AFL's decision to act on Federal Government recommendations about mass gatherings. 

While extremely disappointed that our loyal members and fans will not be able to attend men's and women's games for the foreseeable future, we will continue to adhere to the advice of government and medical experts in regard to the coronavirus.

Crows CEO Andrew Fagan said the Club, along with the football industry in general, had a responsibility to look after the health and safety of our players, coaches, staff, members, fans and the broader community.

“These are trying times and it is crucial that we do whatever we can to limit the spread of the coronavirus,” Fagan said. 

“While it is currently not possible for our members and fans to attend games, we will continue to interact and engage with them in other ways so they remain connected to the Club. 

I am sure people can appreciate the ever-changing nature of this situation and we will continue to work through the impact on the Club’s entire operations, with a view to providing further updates as soon as possible.

- Andrew Fagan

“The Crows family has previously shown many times that it sticks together in times of adversity, and I am sure this situation will be no different.”